Thursday, August 13, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares edge lower as crude oil spirals down

[WSJ] Yuan Slide Takes Toll on Chinese Firms

[Bloomberg] Dollar Pares Yuan-Inflicted Losses on Data; Oil Holds 6-Year Low

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Bloodied by China Crash in Worst Month Since 2011

[NYT, Eavis] China’s Renminbi Devaluation May Initiate New Phase in Global Currency War

[Bloomberg] The World's Credit Investors Are Getting More and More Skittish

[Reuters] Greek ruling party heads toward split before bailout vote

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Halt Slide as China Soothes Yuan Panic

[WSJ] Emerging-Market Exporters Feel Heat From Weakening Yuan

[Bloomberg] So How Are All Those Yuan Structured Products Doing?

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Slumps to Record Low as Coalition Talks End Early

[Bloomberg] Fractures Form Inside Russia’s Central Bank as Recession Deepens

[Bloomberg] Oil Majors’ $60 Billion Cuts Don’t Go Far Enough as Crude Slides

[WSJ] Surge in Commercial Real-Estate Prices Stirs Bubble Worries

[Bloomberg] Who’s Crazy Now? Yuan Bears Vindicated by Tumble See More Pain

[Bloomberg] China Central Bank to Maintain ‘Normal’ Movement of Yuan Exchange Rate

[Bloomberg] Renting in America Has Never Been This Expensive

[UK Guardian] Greece creditors raise 'serious concerns' about spiralling debt levels

[Bloomberg] ECB Prepared to Tweak QE If Needed as Recovery Disappoints

[Reuters] ECB frets over risks from China, Fed rate hike

[Bloomberg] Yuan Drop Slows as PBOC Intervention Signals Managed Devaluation

[Bloomberg] Yuan Fixing Goes From Obscure to Obsession for Global Traders

[Bloomberg] Fear of Yuan Declines Sparks Biggest Dim Sum Selloff Since 2011

[Bloomberg] Japan Can Offset China Yuan Move by Easing, Says Abe Adviser

[Bloomberg] Goldman Buyback Desk Saw Record Volume in Wednesday Rebound

[Bloomberg] Making U.S. Pensions Honest About Returns Means Bigger Deficits

[Washington Post] Q & A’s on China’s big currency devaluation

[Washington Post] The U.S. has been complacent and lazy in responding to cyberattacks